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    Has anyone got any good celiac recipes (Gluten Free)

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    OMG my husband is working on gluten free cookies and brownies.
    I will ask him if he has any recipes.

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    My friend is celiac and joined a society here in England, they are really great,great guidance as to what food is gluten free in the supermarket, giving free books and recipes, places where you can buy further books and shops, cafes and restaurants which provide gluten free food. they have outings and holidays and friends and partners who are not celiac can go to. Have a look and see if there is something like this in USA I am sure there must be.Goole should have an answer.

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    Google..........gluten free recipes. There are more and more sites showing up. I have three friends with Celiac Disease. Good luck. One friend, in a small town, told me one of the grocery stores there now carry gluten free bread in the frozen foods departmet. Manager says they sell 6 cases a week. She also said it was good.

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    I guess my brother just found out he has this too.

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    I have used a product called Quinoa. It is really good. You can get it as pasta, flour or rice/barley. www.truroots.com or google Quinoa for recepies. I get mine at costco or my bulk food store.

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    I came up with these for a friend, adapting some recipes I found on line. She loves these!
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    Betty Crocker has a new boxed cookie and cake that are gluten free. The best bread I have found is Pamelas. They have the recipe for white bread and one also for sweet bread. Its on the back of the package. I use my bread machine to make it. The best pasta is by tinkyada. It does not get mushy like some do. Even if you reheat it the next day it is still good. Good luck! Deb

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    Bob's Red Mill has lots of gluten free mixes and gluten free oatmeal. Beware, all oatmeal is not gluten free, and barley is not gluten free. DM and I are both allergic. Look for gluten free soy sauce, too. There are lots of good gluten free breads out now- it has gotten lots better in the last few years.

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    Good ideas.

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    The girl I look after has Celiac disease, and she can not have sugars or dairy. very tricky to find recipies for her.

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    My daughter has Celiac and has a great blogspot with recipes. Hope this is helpful.

    dishingitglutenfree.blogspot.com/

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    I noticed in Walmart the gluten free food aisle has expanded to include about anything you could want in gluten free foods.
    Lots of flours, mixes, cereals, pastas, ready made foods too. Unless you have the test for gluten it could be the gall bladder causing the problem. The symptoms are about the same but the gall bladder can turn to cancer if left untreated. Be sure and get the tests done by a specialist. DD found out the hard way it wasn't the gluten she had to avoid even though it made her feel better. She went to a general MD. first and immediately he said try to avoid gluten and see if that helped and if it did it was probably the cause. NOT! After two specialists, her gall bladder was taken out and if left for a few more years it would have been cancerous. It was full of cholesterol (not the kind in that effects the heart) that does not show up on scans or dye injections. Please get the confirmation is it gluten that causes the problem. :-)

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    My DIL is celiac. I love The Gluten Free Goddess. She has a recipe for perfect bread machine bread. Check her out.

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    I have Celiac disease and I have learned how to cook all over again. I have several recipes. Here is one I made up myself.

    Chocolate Chip Muffins (Gluten Free)

    2 1/3 C. Flour Blend
    2/3 C. Sugar
    2 1/2 t. Baking Pd.
    1 1/2 t. xanthan gum
    1 t. salt
    1 t. unflavored gelatin powder
    1/3 c. powdered milk
    1 C. Applesauce
    1/4 c canola oil
    2 large eggs
    1 t. vanilla
    3/4 c chocolate chips
    3/4 c. white chips, or butterscotch chips

    Mix all dry ingredients together then add all wet ingredients. blend till moistened,
    Gently stir in chips. put into greased or paper lined muffin cups. Bake 400 for 20 - 25 min.

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    I like to use tinkyada pasts. I have been able to convert many pasta recipes to gluten-free using the gluten free pastas. I have also found some gluten-free pastas in Wal-mart, but they are not as good as tinkyada. However, some wal-marts are carrying tinkyada brand now. That is nice, since it is about a dollar less at Wal-mart.

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    I am dumb when it comes to celiac but I thought you were born with this. I did not know you could develope it at a later age. Or is it there all along and just discovered at a later age. I will have to research it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by owie
    I am dumb when it comes to celiac but I thought you were born with this. I did not know you could develope it at a later age. Or is it there all along and just discovered at a later age. I will have to research it.
    It is genetic but something had to trigger it to become active. It can happen at any age. I went to Mexico and not knowing drank the water and got sick with giardia and a week later shingles. I am pretty sure that is what triggered mine. I was sick and having problems since then.

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    Thanks.

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    Try http://www.elanaspantry.com

    It is a fabulous site for gluten free....she has tons of great recipes and can lead you to other sites that are very helpful.

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    This lady did a year of slow cooking, all with celiac recipes. her blog is here:

    http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/2007...f-recipes.html

    She even made bread in the slow cooker! My cousin has celiac disease and I made several of her recipes. He loved them. I even did the bread one, and he said it was the best bread he had in a long time. The slow cooker keeps the bread moist and it doesn't come out like a brick.

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    on, I have just read your reply to my Celiac, Had some tragedy in the family and everything gone haywire! I appreciate your comments, I am a registerd nurse and I have a good gastroenterologist. I also have family members in England and here affected too. Thanks for the help. God Bless

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